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The Third ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing

10-12 May 1999

Ronneby, Sweden

Monday 10 May
08.30 - 10.00 Registration
Monday 10 May

10.30 - 12.00

Opening Plenary Session

Welcome speech

§ Per Eriksson - Rector, University of Karlskrona/Ronneby

§ Peter Linde - Chairman, Programme/Organising Committee

peterLvidinvigning.jpg. Photo from the opening.

Keynote Speaker:

§ David Seaman - Founding Director of the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia, USA

Monday 10 May

13.15 - 15.15

Track 1

Electronic Commerce

Change Management/Payment techniques

§ Audrey Anthoney, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK: The UK Children´s Publishing House - Adapting to Change for the Multimedia Market

§ Chris Leonard, Inst. for Sci. Info., Philadelphia USA: Learning Curves: Managing Smooth Product Development Cycles in Non-Print Environments

§ Kay Henderson, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK: Electronic Commerce in the On-line and Electronic Publishing Industry: a Business Model for Web Publishing

Track 2

New Publishing Models

Citing/Linking

§ Mark Doyle, The American Physical Society, USA: Citing and Linking in Electronic Scholarly Publishing: A Pragmatic Approach

§ Henning Lobin, Bielefeld University, Germany: Semantic Navigation in Electronic Encyclopedias

§ Eric Hellman, Openly Informatics, Inc., NJ USA: The S-Link Framework for Reference Linking: Architecture and Implementation

Monday 10 May

15.45 - 18.00

Panel Debate

Electronic Publishing year 2001 - a global perspective: What has happened and what will happen!?

§David Seaman, Founding Director Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia, USA

§Ann Okerson, Associate University Librarian for Collections Development and Management Yale University, USA

§Rune Gustavsson, Professor; Dept. of Computer Science, University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden

§Massimo Garribba, DG XIII/E, Information Society: Research and Markets, assistant to the Director, European Commission

§John W.T. Smith, The Templeman Library, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

§Kay Henderson, Department of Information Science, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Moderator: Prof. Bo Helgesson, Department of Human Work Science, University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden.

Monday 10 May

18.00 - Evening Event

Tuesday 11 May
Tuesday 11 May

08.30 - 10.00

Track 1

The Digital library

Text archives

§ Lars Aronsson, Projekt Runeberg, Sweden: Project Runeberg’s Electronic Facsimile Editions of Nordic Literature

§ Creagh Cole, University of Sydney, Australia: Australian Literature Full-Text Database

Track 2

New Publishing Models

Technical factors

§ Anneli Heimbürger, University of Jyväskylä, Finland: A structured link document as a new means for composing and publishing technical customer documentation in extranets and intranets

§ Stefan Hermann, Institute for Informatics, Munich, Germany: Visually Specifying Context

Tuesday 11 May

10.30 - 12.00

Track 1

New Publishing Models

Structural and user studies

§ Chris Armstrong, University of Wales, UK: Scholarly Monographs: the unacknowledged dimension of electronic publishing?

§ Fytton Rowland, Loughborough University, UK: Two large-scale surveys of electronic publication in the United Kingdom

Track 2

The Digital library

Images/Classification

§ Howard Besser, UCLA, USA: Issues in Electronic Publication of Image Databases: Report from a study of the Museum Educational Site Licensing Project

§ Katerina Frantzi, Centre for Computational Linguistics, Manchester, UK: Classifying Technical Terms

Tuesday 11 May

13.15 - 15.15

Track 1

New Publishing Models

User needs

§ Aukse Balcytiene, Vytautas magnus University, Kaunas Lithuania: Electronic Publications of Cultural Heritage: Challenges and Contradictions

§ Gaurab Raj Upadhaya, Nepal Internet Users Group, Kathmandu, Nepal: Indreni - the Nepali Intranet: A Platform for Electronic Publishing and Information Sharing In Nepal

Track 2

Electronic Commerce

Delivery models/metadata

§ Pedro Cuenca, Madrid, Spain: Experiences in the use of metadata for web publishing,

§ Erik Peurell, Uppsala University, Sweden: Print on demand in Sweden: Four projects and their products, problems and prospects

§ Vitaly A. Nechitailenko, Geophysical Center RAS, Moscow, Russia: Integrated Electronic Publishing Environment. A Case Study

Tuesday 11 May

15.45 - 18.00

Panel Debate

Electronic Publishing in the Service of Democracy

§ Ana Maria Cetto, Research Professor at the Institute of Physics, national University of Mexico (UNAM)

§ Jack Meadows, Prof. Dept of Information and Library Studies Loughborough University, UK

§ Kemal Bakarsic, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Head of Department for Librarianship,University of Sarajevo

§ Sely Costa, Lecturer at the University of Brasilia, Brazil

§ Khary Fall Cisse, Editor-Assistant, CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa), Dakar, Senegal

Moderator: Foreign Lecturer Michael Davis, Dept. of the Humanities, University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden

Tuesday 11 May

18.00 - Conference Dinner

Wednesday 12 May
Wednesday 12 May

08.30 - 10.00

Track 1

The Digital library

Text archives

§ Richard Gartner, University of Oxford, UK: The Internet Library of Early Journals : an Electronic Library of Primary Sources on the Internet

§ Sune Karlsson, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden: RePEc and S-WoPEc: Internet access to electronic preprints in Economics

Track 2

Electronic Journals

Technical Approaches

§ Ann Apps, University of Manchester, UK: The SuperJournal Project: Data Handling Using SGML

§ Antonio Hernandez Perez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain: Mass-Customizing Electronic Journals

Wednesday 12 May

10.30 - 12.00

Track 1

Electronic Journals

Approaches to publishing

§ Ana Alice Baptista, Universidade do Minho,Portugal: Online Publishing as a Support for Scholarly Communication in Dynamic Knowledge Communities

§ Andrew Treloar, Deakin University, Australia: Products and Processes: Innovation Lifecycles can help Predict the future of the Electronic Scholarly Journal

Track 2

The Digital library

Trends in Developing Countries

§ Zoran Gligorov, University "St. Cyril and Methodius", Macedonia: The Electronic Publishing and Democratisation of the Transitional Society in Macedonia

§ Abel Laerte Packer, BIREME / OPS / WHO - Latin American and the Caribbean Centre on Health Sciences Information, Brazil: SciELO - An electronic publishing model for developing countries

Wednesday 12 May

12.00 - 13.00

Closing Plenary Session

Summary of the non-technical sessions:Gunilla Jonsson, Deputy Director, Royal Library, Stockholm, Sweden

Summary of the technical sessions:Dr. Volker Tschammer ECCO - Competence Center for Electronic Commerce GMD FOKUS, Berlin, Germany

Wednesday 12 May

13.00 -

Lunch & Depart